Views from the Roof of the World


World Travelers Editors’ Pick

Following Jonas Bendiksen’s selection of winning images for our recent WORLD TRAVELLERS competition, this compilation of 20 images represents some of the other talented photographers whose work struck us and left a mark. Each a stunning image worthy of exposure and attention…

For this month’s theme World Travelers, we really wanted to escape with the images and lose sense of reality while immersing ourselves in the myriad of scenes shared by each photographer. We wanted to go beyond looking at the picture, step through the frame of the photograph and soak up the atmosphere – hear, smell and taste the environment and action – depicted within. As the world begins to re-open for travel, this month’s theme is a great way to start the adventuring inspiration flowing again.

When selecting for editor’s picks we’re always searching for those striking photographs that have potential as an unforgettable single image, whether from a broader series or not. The accompanying text some photographers submit with their images is not always necessary, but can be relevant when understanding the work in full context.

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“The megaliths and the human: After two days of sand storm in the White Deserts of the Egyptian Sahara.”

Editor’s comment: A thought provoking, alien scene to most of us, suggesting that our planet can still be quite a